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Community Gallery

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The Community Gallery at Fuller Craft Museum is reserved for the exhibition of works of art from individual artists as well as programs sponsored by schools, community organizations, and artist groups in the Greater Brockton area and surrounding cities and towns, especially communities and artists who are underrepresented in the museum world. Located in the education wing on the first floor the museum, the Community Gallery offers 1,050 feet total of exhibition space.

We encourage you to submit a proposal for an exhibition, exhibitions are on view for approximately one month.

Review our guidelines
Fill out the proposal form
View the gallery floor plan

We do keep a waitlist, if you chose to be on the waitlist you will be contacted in the event of a cancelation, with a short time period for preparation before installation. 

To submit your form, or if you have any questions, please contact Director of Education, Sage Brousseau, by email sbrousseau@fullercraft.org or phone 508.588.6000 ext.124

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Collection Spotlight: Ceramics from the Southwestern Pueblos

Fuller Craft Museum has a collection of excellent ceramics made by artists from three Southwestern Pueblos: Acoma, Zuni, and Cochiti. The objects on view are all strongly grounded in the regional, tribal, and individual making practices of well-known contemporary ceramicists of Indigenous descent. The Acoma, Zuni and Cochiti Pueblos lie across Arizona and New Mexico and are some of the longest continually inhabited settlements in North America. While there are important differences between each tribes’ ceramics practices, they do share several key elements. Pueblo makers that follow traditional practices use locally found clay and pigments, build their work by hand with coils, and stone polish them once dry.

A repeated story in this exhibit is the revival of ancestral ceramic techniques and styles by makers. We celebrate these creative accomplishments, but should also frame them within the centuries-long history of violence, colonization, and cultural erasure inflicted on Indigenous communities. We ask that you be mindful of not only this history but also the resilience and ongoing, rich cultures and artistry of these tribes and individuals.

View the Collection Spotlight Gallery Guide 

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